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oakley radar School separation negotiations between Pelham, Shelby County involving Chelsea zoning concernsPelham City Schools Superintendent Tim Alford speaks during the Pelham Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014. (Martin J. Reed / email@example.com) -- Pelham's interim school superintendent said Thursday that concerns about thefuture of city neighborhoods zoned for schools in Chelsea will remain animportant part of the separation negotiations involving Shelby County thatstarted this week. "We will try to do something that is fair and equitable.Our people are not interested in doing something that will disrupt families,"Superintendent Tim Alford said at Thursday night's Pelham Town Hall meeting atthe Pelham Civic Complex and Ice Arena. "We have to jointly work that out with the county. Itrelates to finances of the system and all kinds of variables," Alford said. Heis hopeful the negotiations will result in "something that's fair and equitablefor students in both school jurisdictions." Alford during an overview of the progress that Pelham's educationalsystem leaders have made toward achieving separation from Shelby County andstarting the new city district on July 1 noted a recent involving residents whose children go to school in Chelsea. "What we told them was we were now fully aware of thenature and extent of their feelings and we wanted to explore possiblesolutions. That will be part of the negotiation process with the county. We couldn'ttake any action on that unless it's something the county agrees to," he said. "One of the issues that will have to be addressed in thatseparation agreement is the zoning" and possibly "grandfathering" studentsliving in Pelham but attending Shelby County Board of Education schools inChelsea, Alford said. He emphasized that no decision has been made on thematter involving the zoning. "We couldn't say here's what we're going to get thecounty to do. You can't go into a negotiation with a fixed position," he said. With the negotiations that started this week with ShelbyCounty School District representatives, Alford said there were "no substantiveissues decided." "I assure you we're just as anxious as anyone to get thatconsummated and to move forward based on that decision," he said. "I can't talkspecifically about anything in the separation agreement with the negotiations thatjust started and what the outcome of that will be for obvious reasons."